Our crews are winding down with removing the last of the holiday decorations and I wanted to sincerely thank not only our Christmas Decor clients but also our seasonal landscape customers for your continued patronage. We’ve really enjoyed working with you last year to keep your property looking and growing its very best. This year we will be celebrating our 25th Anniversary. Good customers are hard to find, and we value the opportunity to serve you. We’re always trying to improve the quality of our services, and your opinion means a lot to us. Have we responded to your requests promptly? Have we been professional and helpful? We want to hear from you, and we hope you’ll take a moment to either give us a call or like us on Facebook and let us know how we’re doing. Your input will help us to provide you with the exemplary service you deserve as we work on our own spring planning!
Existing Clients Prepay and Save!
As a reminder keep an eye out for your spring maintenance packages and a copy of our latest newsletter. You can also view our online version Winter/Spring newsletter 2017
Simply prepay for your 2017 services upfront with a deposit, and you’ll save up to 10%! Past spring maintenance clients or those that have had a planting, walkway or patio installed over the past few years-Packages will be going out mid-February with Prepay/Deposit Incentives for Spring 2017 Estimates. Contact us if any questions.
For Landscape Improvements with No Surprises, Spring Planning Carefully!
Landscape improvements can make a tremendous difference in the looks, usefulness and value of your property. There’s no time like the present to start thinking about new projects.
Landscapes consist of several different parts, such as walkways, hedges, trees, flower beds and patios. A good improvement plan will take each part of your property into consideration and ensure that all of your new landscape projects work smoothly together.
Even if you’re just making a few improvements immediately, creating a strong plan early can save you significant time and money over the long term. You will find that with a good plan, it’s easier to set priorities, and individual projects can be tackled more quickly because they’ve been thought out in advance.
If you have an older landscape, you might consider a systematic plan for rejuvenating a small section of your property each year. This is an effective way to spread landscape renewal expenses out over several phases while “keeping up” with the aging of your plants. Plus, by focusing on just one or two areas at a time, there will be less distractions to slow down your progress. By planning carefully now, you can look forward to a beautiful landscape that improves the quality of your property for years to come.
Offering advanced 3D Landscape Designs to help you better envision your next outdoor project. Whether it’s a new addition on the house, a pool in the back yard, or updating your entrance area or entire front landscape, seeing the options available to you before construction begins allows you to have not only a better visual on the final project outcome but to make the necessary changes to get exactly what you want beforehand. Spring planning is smart and lets you work on a realistic budget plan or in phases.
Below is an example of one of our design videos we created for a client…
Assess Your Spring Outdoor Maintenance Needs Early
Almost every yard and landscape gets a little out of shape during the off season. But with spring coming on strong, a little “warm-up” conditioning is probably all that’s needed to give you and your property a great jump on the season. Before long it’s going to be time to fire up the grill for that first great-tasting cook-out. And now’s the time to grab an hour here and there to get your yard and patio ready.
Taking a walk to take stock…Spring Planning
A sunny afternoon is a great time to check out your lawn and garden situation and begin planning spring projects. Try carrying a small notebook with you as you tour your property. Now’s the time for making a list of the things you want to do yourself, things you want to have done by a professional, and any questions that come to mind.
Early planning needed for landscape projects
It’s a good idea to start early with any spring projects, but this is especially true for landscape installations or renovations. These take time to plan and construct, and spring production schedules fill up in a hurry.
Spring is a busy time especially here in the Northeast. There are a lot of things to be done in a fairly short period of time once the weather starts to warm up. Spring planning is a good way to access if you can do the work yourself or need to hire a professional. At Picture Perfect Landscape, we have the proper equipment and manpower to assist with maintaining your landscape. Utilizing the right size equipment also does less damage to existing lawns and landscapes too. Spring services offered: pruning, cleaning out the beds and weeding, creating a fresh edge against the lawn, and re-mulching. Update your landscape: Sometimes landscapes get neglected, have an outdated or overgrown look and pruning just won’t do. We can remove the undesirable shrubs or trees and suggest replacements to enhance and update your landscape and make it easier to care for. Newer dwarf varieties of shrubs that are designed to be used in smaller places like foundations and entrance areas or along a deck or patio to enhance and give value to your landscape. Please feel free to call on us with any questions or other landscape projects you are thinking of. You may be pleasantly surprised at how economically some of your projects can be completed if planned and budgeted ahead of time before the crazy rush of spring. Look forward to hearing from you soon!